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Coker-Odusote: 100 days at the helm of NIMC By Walter Duru, Ph. D

It was Albert Einstein that once said that “setting an example is not the main means of influencing another, it is the only means.” That sentiment expressed by Einstein is the primary essence behind the theory of transformational leadership, which requires passion, charisma, and the ability to motivate others. Transformational leaders are …

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Valentine Ozigbo empowers Unizik students with success strategies

AWKA, Nigeria Nnamdi Azikiwe University (Unizik) students had a transformative experience on Wednesday, November 29, 2023, when they met with Valentine Ozigbo, a renowned business leader, politician, and philanthropist, at the 2023 Unizik Students Entrepreneurship Development Programme. Organized by the Vice President of the Student Union Government (SUG) and held …

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 UN General Assembly President champions Small Island Developing States, announces ‘Sustainability Week’ at COP28 (Read full text)

Dubai, 1 December 2023  The President of the United Nations General Assembly (PGA), Mr. Dennis Francis, has voiced strong support for Small Island Developing States and those most vulnerable to climate impacts, and announced a high-level ‘Sustainability Week’ at the UN General Assembly in April 2024. President Francis said these in …

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Zenith Bank signs MOU with CFA Institute for human capital development in finance and investment

Zenith Bank Plc has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute to promote efforts and activities that support the formation, training, and updating of human capital in finance and investment for the overall development of the Nigerian financial services sector. The MoU, was signed …

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Significance of historic Bishopric consecration ceremony to be held in Ahiara Diocese, Mbaise. By Rev Fr (Prof.) Fidelis I Agwulonu

Every major incident becomes historic, especially when it is of collective interest, and when a people embrace its import as a milestone in their developmental, religious and sociological narrative, and as such, every artifact from it is a historical memorabilia. When the premier Bishop of Ahiara Diocese, Most Rev Dr …

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